Pursuit Training at LA Velodrome

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Pierrick Fedrigo from WikipediaImage via Wikipedia

Will 18 Seconds Per Lap be Enough?
If you’ve been following my posts, you know that six of us 60+ guys are working to make a run at pursuit gold in Trexlertown next month.

Track racing is a boutique sport, which means that there aren’t many competitors. Unfortunately, the good riders tend to continue to ride, year after year which is, of course, a great thing for all of us.

Our calculation is that we need to be able to ride 12 laps at 18 seconds per lap to be competitive. We’re not there yet, but we’re trying.

Want to See Us in Action?
We are really fortunate to live here in LA where we have this beautiful indoor track, the LA Velodrome.

If you would like to see a bit of our training on Saturday, just click the following link: TTT Training. The team is riding for the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project, as part of their prostate cancer awareness program. Got PSA?

Are Your Using Your MyBikeInfo RSS Feeds to Follow the Tour de France?
Remember that I told you about the great RSS feeds in MyBikeInfo?

You will find the RSS icon at the bottom of the bar. One of my favorite links is VeloNews and that link is a great asset since the Tour de France is just a few days away.

I read this at night – under the covers to keep from waking my wife – and it keeps me current. Today’s news is that 8 time Tour de France finisher Pierrick Fedrigo has told his Frances des Jeux team management that he is not in shape to ride this year’s Tour.

Are you using VeloNews on your MyBikeInfo iPhone app?

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